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Moonshine: The First Quarter Century and Beyond

James Lepowsky, John McKay and Michael P. Tuite, editors
Cambridge University Press
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London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series 372
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Preface; Schedule of talks; 1. Characters of crossed modules and premodular categories Peter Bantay; 2. On the injectivity of the Kudla–Millson lift and surjectivity of the Borcherds lift Jan Hendrik Bruinier and Jens Funke; 3. Ordered spanning sets for vertex operator algebras and their modules Geoffrey Buhl; 4. Friendly giant meets pointlike instantons? On a new conjecture by John McKay Anda Degeratu and Katrin Wendland; 5. Modularity of trace functions in orbifold theory for Z-graded vertex operator superalgebras Chongying Dong and Zhongping Zhao; 6. Twisted modules for vertex operator algebras Benjamin Doyon; 7. Vertex operators and sporadic groups John F. Duncan; 8. The algebraic meaning of being a Hauptmodul Terry Gannon; 9. Borcherds' proof of the Conway–Norton conjecture Elizabeth Jurisich; 10. On the connection of certain Lie algebras with vertex algebras Haisheng Li; 11. Vertex operators and arithmetic: how a single photon illuminates number theory Geoffrey Mason; 12. Rational vertex operator algebras and their orbifolds Geoffrey Mason; 13. Quasi-finite algebras graded by Hamiltonian and vertex operator algebras Atushi Matsuo, Kiyokazu Nagatomo and Akihiro Tsuchiya; 14. On certain automorphic forms associated to rational vertex operator algebras Antun Milas; 15. Moonshine and group cohomology Charles B. Thomas; 16. Monstrous and generalized Moonshine and permutation orbifolds Michael P. Tuite; 17. New computations in the Monster Robert A. Wilson.